Water damaged iPod touch
I have an iPod Touch that has apparently been damaged by water through the headhone/earbud port. I can get it to turn on, but the screen no longer responds to my finger to control it. I can't even move the "slider" to unlock it or key in my passcode. I have tried restoring it several times using I-Tunes with no luck. I have also tried putting it in a container (ports down) of rice and left it in there for over 24 hrs. I've tried this twice. I've had it plugged in to the USB port of my computer for several days now, but it still doesn't work. Do you think this is a problem with a damaged LCD screen or is it more likely to be a different electronic part which might be difficult to troubleshoot. If you think replacing the LCD screen would fix it, I would be willing to break it down and replace it with a new one myself. If you think I'll have to send it to Apple or someone else to repair, it will probably be too costly and take a long time.
Please respond ASAP because I have really miss having it.
Is this a good question?